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Manhattan epiphanies

Sheet Music: Performance Parts

Manhattan epiphanies : for string orchestra / Andrew Ford.

by Andrew Ford (1999)

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  • Instrumentation: String orchestra (2nd, 3rd and 4th movts are for 17 solo strings (5.5.3.3.1), the 2 outer movts can be played by the same number or by larger ensemble) ; toy instruments included in 3rd movt.

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Published by: Australian Music Centre — 1 set of performance parts

Difficulty: Advanced — Professional

Duration: 32 mins

Contents note:

1. Motherwell at the Guggenheim -- 2. Rothko I -- 3. Utopia parkway: 13 Cornell boxes -- 4. Rothko II -- 5. Blue poles.

Dedicated to Richard Tognetti

Commissioned by Australian Chamber Orchestra.

First performance by Australian Chamber Orchestra — 1994.

Includes program note.

The two 'Rothko' movements and 'Utopia Parkway' were written and first performed in 1994, while the composer was the Australian Chamber Orchestra's composer in residence. The outer movements were composed in 1999.

Movts 2-4 composed and first performed in 1994. The outer movts composed in 1999 during the composer's time at Peggy Glanville-Hicks House, Paddington, Sydney.

Typeset edition.

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